bypass


bypass
m.
heart bypass operation (medicine).
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= bypass surgery, bypass, bypass operation, heart bypass.
Ex. This study describes the influence of aerobic training on the cardiorespiratory fitness of 31 coronary artery disease patients who had undergone bypass surgery.
Ex. All children had undergone reparative open heart surgery utilizing cardiopulmonary bypass during infancy.
Ex. Patients who are given the bypass operation 'to prolong life' fall into four major groups, only one of which has ever been shown to gain the promised result of such surgery.
Ex. Using reconstituted blood -- red cells and plasma that are mixed in the operating room -- for heart bypass surgery works better than using fresh blood.
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* cirugía de bypass = bypass surgery.
* cirugía de bypass de arteria coronaria = coronary artery bypass surgery.
* operación de bypass = bypass operation.
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= bypass surgery, bypass, bypass operation, heart bypass.

Ex: This study describes the influence of aerobic training on the cardiorespiratory fitness of 31 coronary artery disease patients who had undergone bypass surgery.

Ex: All children had undergone reparative open heart surgery utilizing cardiopulmonary bypass during infancy.
Ex: Patients who are given the bypass operation 'to prolong life' fall into four major groups, only one of which has ever been shown to gain the promised result of such surgery.
Ex: Using reconstituted blood -- red cells and plasma that are mixed in the operating room -- for heart bypass surgery works better than using fresh blood.
* cirugía de bypass = bypass surgery.
* cirugía de bypass de arteria coronaria = coronary artery bypass surgery.
* operación de bypass = bypass operation.

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bypass
/ˈbaɪpas/
masculine
(pl bypass)
(Med) bypass
operación de bypass bypass operation
le hicieron tres bypass he had a triple bypass operation
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bypass [bai'pas] (pl bypasses) nm
Med heart bypass operation
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bypass
m bypass

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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